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Marilyn P.  Kramer

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So sorry to hear Of Marilyn's passing. We Lived next door to the Kramerr's
on Walton Street, Marilyn was shy and very quiet always polite.My mother loved her I last spoke to her to let her know my mother passed in 2006 at 94. Her mother Phyllis and my mom were good friends and kept up. Marilyn always sent my mom a card for xmas. Sad she did not get to enjoy her retirement.
Michey Antonetti


Posted by: Michael Antonetti - Chicago, IL - Friend   Jan 23, 2016

I lost touch with Marilyn after she moved to NM and still feel bad that we didn't try harder to keep in touch.She stood up at my first wedding, came to visit when Julie was one, and called when she came back to visit her Mom's grave.Last spoke with her when she called to say she ran into my ex on the train going west and heard his side!! Still thought the world of this girl with beautiful black, natural curly hair (which she always hated in school).Fond memories of a girl who dearly loved her family and friends.


Posted by: Rosemary Gassner - Downers Grove, IL - friend   Feb 08, 2014

I lost touch with Marilyn after she moved to NM and still feel bad thst we didn't try harder to keep in touch.She stood up at my first wedding, came to visit when Julie was one, and called on when she came back to visit het Mom's grave.Last spoke with her when she called to say sge ran into my ex on the train going west and heard his side!! Still thought the world of this girl with beautiful black, natural curly hair (which she always hated).Fond memories of a girl who dearly loved her family.


Posted by: Rosemary Gassner - Downers Grove, IL - friend   Feb 08, 2014

Aunt Marilyn came into our family by marriage. She made several trips to Lubbock to see Brian and Melissa and little John. Each visit was like a party to celebrate. We loved her and enjoyed being around her. Brady and Aunt Marilyn always talked about the post offiec and both retired the same time. We will truly miss Aunt Marilyn.


Posted by: Gaya Perkins - family/friend   Mar 04, 2011

We have known Marilyn since she was 10 years old and living in Chicago. She was always a loving, caring person and will always be remembered. We've laughed together and cried together. Last summer, she was able to visit us for a week in Wisconsin, we will always be grateful for that time. She loved sitting on the deck, looking at the lake, and the boat rides. When she was leaving, we both agreed we hated goodbyes, so it was

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Posted by: Ray & Karen Ketterer Woodridge, Illinois - extended family   Mar 04, 2011

Aunt Marilyn was very special to me. We will miss her and cherish the memories. She attended our wedding last August in Hayward, Wisconsin , we had a great time, lots of laughs, talking and fun. It was a long trip for her to drive but Aunt Marilyn really enjoyed her journey.
God bless!!


Posted by: Gary & Tracey Ketterer - extended family   Mar 04, 2011

For many years I worked around the corner from Marilyn's Stamps-by-Mail office in Albuquerque. What I remember most about Marilyn was her wit. She kept me laughing with her (often times dry) sense of humor.


Posted by: Tjnya J Horne - Huntsville, AL - Prior Co-worker   Mar 02, 2011

Chicago Bears! I will miss you very much. God Bless you I hope I will see you in Heaven! I will miss our phone calls and birthday greetings!


Posted by: Leonard Lewis - Los Lunas, NM - Friend and Co-worker   Mar 02, 2011

So glad to see you again and enjoyed your company when we were in Hayward. Happy you got to make your trip to Mount Rushmore.
My prayers are with you.


Posted by: Norene Divita - Friend   Mar 01, 2011

I met Marilyn some 26 years ago when we were both window clerks at the Main Post Office. I remember her mom coming to pick us up for lunch and share many good laughs with us. If you were fortunate enough to be a friend of Marilyn's and had children, she would take such a loving interest in them. Any time we got together for breakfast or lunch, you had better carry along updated pictures of the kids and grandchildren

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Posted by: Rosemary Chavez - Albuquerque, NM - friend   Mar 01, 2011